Sacred Gifts: Brigham Young University Museum of Art
By Brigham Young University
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Explore the remarkable exhibition "Sacred Gifts: The Religious Art of Carl Bloch, Heinrich Hofmann and Frans Schwartz" at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art through image, music and word. Featuring beloved depictions of the life of the Savior by three master painters from the late-19th century, use this iPad app to discover and enrich your experience with these works of art.
**This app can be used in the “Sacred Gifts” exhibition at the BYU Museum of Art or outside of the museum. If you are attending the exhibition in person, please download the app in advance and bring headphones.
• Three Main Sections – Find a Painting, Meet the Artists, About the Exhibition
• Painting Gallery with 20 Works of Art – Follow this interactive painting menu to explore the exhibition’s works of art in depth through image, video, audio, music and word. Hear commentary and perspectives from art historians, New Testament scholars, clergy and worshippers.
• Scan a Painting - Use this augmented reality feature by holding up the iPad to an image, at the museum or at home, to recognize the painting and to discover more about it.
• Panoramas – Explore the physical settings of key works of art in 360°.
• Highlights – Learn about selected works of art with this feature focusing on certain portions of the painting and providing greater detail and depth.
• Children’s Section – Interact with selected paintings to discover content geared towards younger audiences (ages 5 and up).
• Interactive Timeline - Learn more about each artist's life.
• Music – Enjoy the works of art while listening to inspiring music selections.
• Social Media – Connect with family and friends to share thoughts about the art and expressions of gratitude through Facebook, Twitter, and Email.
Sacred Gifts Exhibition Description
November 15, 2013 - May 10, 2014 at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art
"Sacred Gifts" features nearly two dozen beloved paintings of the life of Jesus Christ by three European master painters from the late-19th century. Most of these works have never before been on view in the United States, and are being loaned to the BYU Museum of Art under extraordinary circumstances from churches and museums in Germany, Sweden, Denmark and New York. "Sacred Gifts" explores and celebrates the many precious gifts represented by these outstanding portrayals of the Savior. The BYU Museum of Art invites patrons to partake of these sacred offerings and discover the miraculous gifts that have made the exhibition possible.
BYU Museum of Art Description
One of the largest and best-attended art museums in the Mountain West, the BYU Museum of Art offers a dynamic exhibition schedule that includes displays of its permanent collection, world-class traveling shows and thought-provoking exhibitions organized by museum curators. One of the museum’s most important roles is its contribution to the academic mission of Brigham Young University. From the research and study of the artworks in the permanent collection, to the teaching and learning that occurs in classrooms and galleries, the museum plays an important role in the academic pursuits of many students at BYU. Concurrently, the museum seeks to connect to broad community audiences through its exhibitions and educational programming.
What's New in Version 1.3
• Added new content
• Minor bug fixes
Must see exhibit
This is the only time these works will be seen in a single exhibit. Download the app to your own device instead of renting iPads at the Museum.
I am so grateful for this app. It allows for the spirit of Christ to be rekindled in me as I search for His character and countenance in these paintings.
Even though the exhibit is long gone, I'm so glad this app is still available. So much to learn here.
- Category: Education
- Updated: Feb 07, 2014
- Version: 1.3
- Size: 1.32 GB
- Language: English
- Seller: Brigham Young University
- © 2013 Brigham Young University Museum of Art
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.